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"import health" Discussed on SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

11:47 min | 4 months ago

"import health" Discussed on SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

"Hey all you sober people hand anyone else. Who is interested in listening to me talk about mental wellness? Some of you might remember that my word for the year is clarity and especially with. Cova did that word has not changed my journey. This year is very much about taking the noise out of my daily life and boy has that been difficult in this time of lockdown and isolation and loneliness which is why. I'm GonNa talk about loneliness today and what it means. Not only to me but to you all as well. The statistics are growing. Not only because of covet but prior to Cova. We are becoming more and more lonely. And why is that and more importantly what can we do about it? I live alone and if I am feeling the loneliness even though I have people built into my daily work. I can't imagine how other people are feeling who don't work any longer or don't necessarily engage with people daily in their line of work before Kovin. I liked living alone. I enjoy the peace and quiet and frankly I like my relationship with myself but now that I'm confined an had been confined by the way. I'm still very much. Laki myself down except for a walk that I take almost daily with some friends Monday through Friday but we social distance or physical distance during the walk. I carry a mask with me so although I'm getting Interaction I still spend most of my downtime. My non work time by myself and it's become more difficult. I only imagine how difficult it is for some of you who live in bigger cities and can't get out to walk every day on walking past like I do. It has to be really tough. Interestingly the rate in which we are living alone has been on the increase for the last fifty years Grand Julie Aching up to about twenty eight percent in two thousand nineteen of our total population here in the US which means at thirty five point seven million people here in the US live by themselves in a recent study by CIGNA which is a health insurance company here in the US of twenty thousand people. Us adults they found that half of Americans feel like they are alone. Only slightly more than fifty percent of the respondents said they had meaningful in person. Social interactions on a daily basis and fifty percent said that sometimes or always they feel that the relationships are not meaningful and that they're isolated from a smaller but still surprising number of people. Twenty percent of the twenty thousand said they never or rarely feel close to people and eighteen percent felt like they have no one to talk to and this same study by Cigna revealed that Young People Age Eighteen to twenty two are far more likely than senior citizens to report being lonely and Import Health. Making them the loneliest generation and well loneliness itself is not an diagnoses or a mental health disorder. It goes hand in hand with many of the diagnostic criteria in the DSM. Five diagnostic statistical manual. That most of us in the mental health professionals zone us. Furthermore there's no accepted definition of loneliness. Sometimes it gets jumbled together with social isolation but the two concepts are very different social isolationism indicator of how much contact. Somebody has with other people. Whereas loneliness is the subjective feelings of isolation and there is no agreed. Tipping Point at which acute loneliness transitions into a chronic problem with long term mental health and physical health ramifications. Alone doesn't necessarily mean that you're lonely nor does being around people mean that you're not loneliness is a very subjective. Feeling loneliness is a feeling that only you the person experiencing it can truly identify the fancy schmancy definition of loneliness is the distress that results from discrepancies between ideal and perceived social relationships. That's according to the Encyclopedia of human relationships. What that means is that loneliness is a feeling and a perception. It involves a wave seen ourselves and the world around us. We can feel lonely. In a wide variety of social settings and circumstances. It doesn't take being alone. Some studies have shown that people who struggle with loneliness may actually perceive the world differently. Does that sound familiar to some of us. I know it sounds very similar to the world that I grew up in the world that I created for myself through my perceptions and certainly when I was drinking boy did I create A world within a world one researcher even found structural and biochemical differences in what he labeled the lonely brain. Okay and I'm going to murder his name. I'm sure John Casio Gosh. His research revealed that a lonely person can experience more difficulty recognizing positive events and have more trouble picturing the thoughts of others known as mental ising. Another University of Chicago study found. That lonely inviduals are more likely to construe the world as threatening hold more negative expectations and interpret and respond to him. Big You a social behavior in a more negative off-putting fashion while when I read that that is trauma to me. Viewing the world as threatening and beyond our control and for most of us that meant we tried to control what we did have in our hula-hoop and beyond were twenty-foot hula-hoop if you know what I mean that huge expanse between that feeling so different from the person next to in the classroom growing up or outside playing feeling as though we were incredibly weird compared to our neighbors. Here's where I get really excited. If loneliness is a state of our mind state of our thinking can we change it? Can we change the experience of feeling lonely? The answer is yes. This is exactly what self esteem does for us. And how do we achieve self esteem? We do things like pay attention to that. Inner critic voice in our head and separate at separated out from who we are and what we believe and what we think improving our relationship with ourselves for those of you who are in recovery or thinking about getting sober or maybe have pockets of sobriety in your lives. This is. I think what you're after leaving the ideal that a substance can make you feel. Colmer is imperative because it is short lived it takes us away from our relationship with ourselves therefore diminishing our self esteem and it pumps up the volume of our inner critic in my book. Five weeks self-confidence a guide to confronting your inner critic and controlling your relationship with your thoughts available anywhere you buy books or swizzle what I talk about is this relationship with this voice in your head who is giving you really bad advice. The critical inner voice mine negative. Nellie that voice. The inner critical voice is a well integrated pattern of negative thoughts toward ourselves and others. That is at the root of much of our self limiting and self destructive behaviors. This voice makes us feel like we're different. Apart undeserving unworthy when we feel the loneliest. We are in the company. We are Simpatico with this inner critic. We listen and believe when they tell us. No one really cares about you. You are such a burden. Don't tell people that who wants to be around somebody who thinks and says those things don't put yourself out there. You're only going to be rejected. No one ever understands you. So don't try you're going to embarrass yourself and so on and so forth this attack invoice. This spiral of critical thoughts discourages. Us hurts our self confidence and turns our self esteem to Marsh. Instead of doing things that will help us. We create more disk ease in ourselves and were inclined then to be more awkward in social interactions. And then we're going to avoid them altogether or drink through them or pop pill before we go out the more attention. We give this inner critical voice. The louder it gets in order to counter this inner critic we have to do the opposite of what he or she or they are saying when you stop or reduce the amount of time you're listening to this inner critic.

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Fighting Loneliness? Try Friending Yourself.

SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

06:56 min | 4 months ago

Fighting Loneliness? Try Friending Yourself.

"Hey all you sober people hand anyone else. Who is interested in listening to me talk about mental wellness? Some of you might remember that my word for the year is clarity and especially with. Cova did that word has not changed my journey. This year is very much about taking the noise out of my daily life and boy has that been difficult in this time of lockdown and isolation and loneliness which is why. I'm GonNa talk about loneliness today and what it means. Not only to me but to you all as well. The statistics are growing. Not only because of covet but prior to Cova. We are becoming more and more lonely. And why is that and more importantly what can we do about it? I live alone and if I am feeling the loneliness even though I have people built into my daily work. I can't imagine how other people are feeling who don't work any longer or don't necessarily engage with people daily in their line of work before Kovin. I liked living alone. I enjoy the peace and quiet and frankly I like my relationship with myself but now that I'm confined an had been confined by the way. I'm still very much. Laki myself down except for a walk that I take almost daily with some friends Monday through Friday but we social distance or physical distance during the walk. I carry a mask with me so although I'm getting Interaction I still spend most of my downtime. My non work time by myself and it's become more difficult. I only imagine how difficult it is for some of you who live in bigger cities and can't get out to walk every day on walking past like I do. It has to be really tough. Interestingly the rate in which we are living alone has been on the increase for the last fifty years Grand Julie Aching up to about twenty eight percent in two thousand nineteen of our total population here in the US which means at thirty five point seven million people here in the US live by themselves in a recent study by CIGNA which is a health insurance company here in the US of twenty thousand people. Us adults they found that half of Americans feel like they are alone. Only slightly more than fifty percent of the respondents said they had meaningful in person. Social interactions on a daily basis and fifty percent said that sometimes or always they feel that the relationships are not meaningful and that they're isolated from a smaller but still surprising number of people. Twenty percent of the twenty thousand said they never or rarely feel close to people and eighteen percent felt like they have no one to talk to and this same study by Cigna revealed that Young People Age Eighteen to twenty two are far more likely than senior citizens to report being lonely and Import Health. Making them the loneliest generation and well loneliness itself is not an diagnoses or a mental health disorder. It goes hand in hand with many of the diagnostic criteria in the DSM. Five diagnostic statistical manual. That most of us in the mental health professionals zone us. Furthermore there's no accepted definition of loneliness. Sometimes it gets jumbled together with social isolation but the two concepts are very different social isolationism indicator of how much contact. Somebody has with other people. Whereas loneliness is the subjective feelings of isolation and there is no agreed. Tipping Point at which acute loneliness transitions into a chronic problem with long term mental health and physical health ramifications. Alone doesn't necessarily mean that you're lonely nor does being around people mean that you're not loneliness is a very subjective. Feeling loneliness is a feeling that only you the person experiencing it can truly identify the fancy schmancy definition of loneliness is the distress that results from discrepancies between ideal and perceived social relationships. That's according to the Encyclopedia of human relationships. What that means is that loneliness is a feeling and a perception. It involves a wave seen ourselves and the world around us. We can feel lonely. In a wide variety of social settings and circumstances. It doesn't take being alone. Some studies have shown that people who struggle with loneliness may actually perceive the world differently. Does that sound familiar to some of us. I know it sounds very similar to the world that I grew up in the world that I created for myself through my perceptions and certainly when I was drinking boy did I create A world within a world one researcher even found structural and biochemical differences in what he labeled the lonely brain. Okay and I'm going to murder his name. I'm sure John Casio Gosh. His research revealed that a lonely person can experience more difficulty recognizing positive events and have more trouble picturing the thoughts of others known as mental ising.

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"import health" Discussed on Political Scandals

Political Scandals

06:56 min | 6 months ago

"import health" Discussed on Political Scandals

"Furnishings and palm fronds decorated the ceilings. The sisters entertained guests in the main hall of the club where they ingratiated themselves with local. Politicians policemen judges and even newsmen. Who are known to frequent the club. In droves. No detail was too small even their ads broadcasted that the club was a cut above only experienced. Working Girls need apply and they needed references. Not something a typical street pimp would willingly provide hinky dink and bath house. John were nothing. If not devout supporters of small businesses. They heartily endorsed the club. They had good reason to in the decade or so of the club's reign as the most well-known Brothel in Chicago. The duo collected an estimated. Ten million dollars from the sisters in today's money that'd be an astounding three hundred million dollars. The sisters never skimped on their protection payments. All on the Lopes were handed off in person and on time though it said that. Bath House John. Never once stepped foot in the club itself. Instead sending a proxy to collect payment with their fine commission from the Everley club among other protection payments Hinky dink in bath house. John were free to take on more frivolous pursuits. Beth house. John's reputation often preceded him. He was known for wearing loud colors and fine silks that were more often than not inappropriate for meeting with constituents in a dusty saloon. He played ambassador of Chicago to a number of parties across the nation at one point. Visiting New York City's famed Tammany Hall. There he advised the Democrats on the finer points of fixing an election. Meanwhile Hinky dink was content to stay in Chicago Opening Saloon. After saloon and soon expanding into the world of gambling for the next decade and a half Bath House John Hinky dink and the rest of the grey. Wolves had Chicago under the thumb raking in millions from kickbacks but the death knell for the levy came in nineteen. Oh eight thanks to a particularly frigid first ward ball. Though it was hardly noticed by the partygoers the side Atrium of the Chicago Coliseum had been bombed the day before the ball. The details remain a mystery. But it's widely believed that a reform sympathizer had heard the bomb through the window appalled by the upcoming display of corruption. At the time. The attack wasn't thought of as a serious threat but it did mark Change in public opinion and the following year. The city denied Bath House. John the liquor license for his event. The first ward ball was never held again. The mayor at the time Fred a Bussey was not himself. A reformer quite the opposite in fact however his full acceptance of corruption in the first ward was only putting himself in the crosshairs he decided it was time to clean up the levy. I Bet House John and Hinky dink were mostly unconcerned. The machine of corruption was too powerful for anyone. Mayor to overturn plus. The Alderman drew money from so many even shutting down. A half of the Levy wouldn't do much to hurt their bottom line that the crippling blow came when the city shut down the Everley Club in nineteen eleven. Not even they could save the Brothel shutting down. The club sent a clear message. That sex work was not to be a part of the city's legacy as the vice commission ran through the rest of the levy lower level prostitutes and pimps were arrested. This had a chilling ripple effect on the entire Levee. Suddenly everyone was too afraid to do so much as serve beer after hours. But it wasn't so much that crimes stopped in the first ward elsewhere it's simply adapted under new management that is a trio of infamous criminals. Were in attendance at the last first ward ball in nineteen. Oh eight brothel loaner big. Jim Colosimo a former Bagman forbath house. John and Hinky dink gyms right hand man Johnny Torio and Tornadoes Young Associate Alfonse Capone to Al Capone. The display of opulence and wealth was an inspiration. The power Bath House John and Hinky dink had wasn't lost on him but a brutal takeover of their racket was out of the question. Capone saw no use in riling up the first ward over the deaths of its folk heroes. So in the years leading up to prohibition Al Capone let the Alderman live as they always had been. He knew they were all on the way out. Bath House John. Well into his sixties and import health was spending untold sums at the race track. He was in no position to make any more power moves and Hanky Dink also in. His upper sixties was savvy as always. He saw no benefit in angering the rising mafia power. This gave way capone and his associates to explore the framework of bribery and illegality that defined both Bath House John and Hinky Dink's time as Alderman Math House. John himself died in nineteen thirty eight all but penniless from pursuing what some considered his true passion betting on horses to Hanky Dink. This was a sign that it was time to retire. He was old tired and made more than enough from his candy and snack shops through their system of graft and political influence bath house John and Hinky dink laid the groundwork for decades worth of corruption they opted against the interest of the public for personal gain always proving that they valued themselves and anyone that supported them above all others today. The two are part of Chicago folklore. On any tour of the city. You'll be sure to hear about the champions of Vice Bath House John and Hinky Dink and how they gave Chicago. Its romantic reputation as a place. Where sex workers and card players alike could have some fun. No mention is made of the cost of their actions to the people of Chicago and unlike so many of the characters in our countdown hinky dink and Bath House. John suffered zero consequences for their actions..

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"import health" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

15:48 min | 1 year ago

"import health" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Import health and she was having a hard time caring for Lucy so Max said look how many schnauzers can we possibly fit into this place let's do it course that was four Martin Lawrence jumped out into the freeway with a gun cussing yelling at the cars and later on he crawled into the big Mama fat suit where his career suffocated and died so whoa kept moving he didn't let that slow him down and he went on with some huge movies like Independence Day hitch alley and of course men in black now we're not GonNa talk about some spares like the earth to Earth or the cringe-worthy Wa wa it's awful that he has had a dry spell but I liked him enough that if his name is on it I'm at least going to go see it and that lengthy diatribe brings us to the gym man which is getting terrible reviews and probably a little bit worse than it deserves I mean Smith plays Henry Brogan and assassin that is the best at what he does but at the age of fifty one he's looking into feel the pressure of taking the mini labs even if they deserve to die still hangs with him and he has trouble looking into the mirror so he decides to retire now if you've watched any assassin movies how you know that means there's not going to be a cake and some speeches and go watch okay there is no assassin retirement program so when irregular team of killers fails to do the job they send the only person that can a younger clone from Henry DNA. his younger self knows all of Henry's moves and likewise henry can predict his so along for this ride is Danny who is a government agent who is sent to tail Henry splayed by Mary Elizabeth winstead and joining them as Baron and old army buddy that always has henry's back and he's played by Benedict Wong now the Villain who is responsible for all of this clay various is played by Clive Owen he runs a private contractor company called gymnasts now the movies a tad in two hours in its rated PG thirteen violence action some strong language the cool part about this is they have to have a thirty year old version of Henry to have having go against and he is completely computer generated now it's not perfect but the action in this movie is enough to keep you really paying attention to that so it's not really a problem the family shot with this new high speed digital three D which you know I try not to see three d but I could not avoid so I'm so glad I didn't because it was different than the regular three D it was sharper it was easier to look at still not great but it's a lot better now CBS sale was it somewhat predictable well yeah but most action movies are at best what you're trying to do but then this movie the concept is very interesting the action is everything you would expect with angry as a director so if you're looking to eat popcorn while you watch an action movie with some people in it that you enjoy watching this is not a waste of time or money now if you want to save the whales or discover the meaning alive or have your mind totally blown by intricate plot twists that you could never see coming go rent gone girl okay but otherwise my score on this is four but I really enjoyed it let me know limit let me ask you so his character as a thirty year old is totally generated yes computer-generated it's not him and they do something to his face I ask that because I just read the other day that the Irishman which is coming out Martin Scorsese's movie Annette Net flicks they take Robert Deniro and they do some sort of I don't know what it is digital enhancement and they have seen him do that on some other people yet they younger they make him look like the twenty two thousand five years younger but this face the face that you see every time you're looking at this face is one hundred percent totally computer generated so listen if you can Lyon talk it's still look real it's not that hard we'll say this was a very generous review for Gemini Man because everything I've seen is just trashed this thing I think this is an action movie it's Will Smith he's fun to watch the action is great I mean I don't know.

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"import health" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

10:30 min | 1 year ago

"import health" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"This is no ordinary story by a long shot involves a Boeing engineer turned addict turnpike robber, it's part of the heist issue. And yet, it's a story that's much bigger than a Bank robbery or a series of Bank robberies, trusting one of our faves back with us. He has this story. How did you come across this in the first place? I was looking for a heist. Well, specifically for the highest issue, and I was looking for a different kind of Bank robbery story. And I wanted to find someone who's really good at Bank robbery. Usually hear about like the one big heist for someone gets a million dollars or you hear about the like petty heists where they get caught after one or two times, and I was like, what it looks like find someone who is really good at it. But what happened is when I reached out to this guy made contact with this guy it took a very different turn. It is also about a very successful Bank robber. But that's not really what it's about the guy is Anthony Hathaway. Tell us his story. So he was successful at won't be engineer Boeing, who was at the peak in charge of galley design on the seven forty seven eight program. So jets that Boeing Mace flying around the world and business class meeting with airlines literally on every continent. And he got addicted opiates. How'd that happen? He hurt his back playing roller hockey. So this is in the early two thousand. So I think it's easy now to think, like, of course, everybody knows that you can get hooked. But as he explains it back, then his doctor never said that he just said, here's something that will help and it really did help you had back surgery. He started taking pills, and it was only. Thing that stopped the pain, and he was like, wow, this is a miracle, I can go back to work because there were times in which he would, like couldn't get out of bed. But then overtime what happens your body gets addicted? He's still not really having doctors. I'm sure aware of the problem. But then once you're dictate it's not conversation. You want to have openly. You're probably barest about it. So then you just become an addict who's trying to function in the world. Will you say then he had a second surgery. And then he started doing things like snorting it, and smoking the oxygen because your tolerance builds up. So he's got a regular prescription, and I think this is probably the story I've ever addict, who comes by. Honestly, which I mean your doctor gives you pills for a real problem. Is that like your tolerance bills up, you need more and more than you start getting on the black market? And then you wanna quicker high. And then eventually, what happens is that you're trying to crash like trying not to not be right and you need money. Right. And you know he's able to go along with it and function in his job, to the point where he's overseas. And he's essentially like showing up to pharmacies and be like, hey I lost my pills. Here's my like he's able to. That s it for a while. And he's a Boeing engineer. So, you know, you're saying he would show up in Switzerland, for instance. And just go into a state pharmacy with his Boeing ID and legitimate prescription to say forgot my pills, and who are they're not going to doubt him and he was doing his job for a long time. But eventually, you know, you can't do it your job the limits of what you can do, once you're, you're gonna run up against the wall. Eventually did the one point level with Boeing. Right and talked about his addiction with the company they gave me, but I think they're very good to him and more and more companies do this now they were willing to let them get treatment. He went to treatment and then the day treatment, he went and bought pills. Right. Because he said, you really need two or three months. If you're gonna get off of them. And so he comes upon this idea of essentially starting to rob banks. Yeah. I mean desparation desperate times he, he. In two thousand ten Purdue pharma, which is the formula for Oxycontin. And that's really when the heroine epidemic start because the pills are no longer snorter, -able crushable. And he starts doing heroin like a lot of Americans did. And then his problem really got out of control he ran out of money and he lost his job, because he well he rubbed. The first Bank poorly got arrested was not his with his son. Yes. I mean there are a lot of sad elements of story was not convicted was let go again. And then, you know then he's been really bad shape. He gets fired from his job. He says, I need money to support my habit. And also my mother, who is living with his mother, who is very ill at the time, he starts robbing banks and because he's an engineer. He's very good at it. He doesn't just run out and run into a Bank with a gun. He doesn't want to carry a weapon, but he thinks, like I know they're gonna give me the money if I ask for it. And if I'm fast enough, and if I'm smart enough. I shouldn't get caught and he got away with it for over a year. Yeah. He understands all the LA. He studies it. He understands the elements of it. He's literally, you know, sort of playing it out with his. Mom, who is disapproving. But at the same time dependent on right? Yeah. And import health, and independent on think also probably desperate for money and doesn't want him to leave and doesn't want him to go to jail. And so, yeah, he starts practicing in the microwave timer. Like I can get in and out in under forty five seconds. I should be fine. He'd like times the lights. He puts his car in a specific location. He looks at the exits, he picks the Bank specifically based on traffic patterns and things all the things that you would do if you were trying to get away with it, and he rubs, thirty banks in fourteen months and almost one a week for a period because there's a break in the middle occasionally when he would do well, he would take his mom to the casino. They hit the jackpot. Let's you saying, you know, he thought he did well or was hoping to do. Well, he really thought he was going to rob a Bank once get a ton of money and be done. But that's not really how it works doesn't work that way. More the of the future are going to be digital because banks just don't keep cash. I mean, do you care cash? I don't really care cash. When you go in rob a counter, you might get he was getting like a thousand two thousand three thousand bucks, which if you have heroin. Problem. That's not going to last very long. So then it becomes, like, I remember when the more than one point, we were calling this, like the blue collar, Bank robber, and it was almost like a working really hard robbing banks to make a living wage in Seattle. I should say he lives in Seattle, which is not a cheap place to live. Right. So you just not going to get ten thousand twenty thousand he just kept hoping that was going to happen, even though I'm sure intellectually new. And what's his mindset is he's going along as he's in the midst of this streak. What's he thinking or is he not well in the beginning, I think he was just thinking, I don't want to get caught. But then, and I've done a few Bank robber stories, and almost all Bank robbers, telling me, it's like one of the best adrenaline rushes they've ever got. So I think he got somewhat addicted to that part of it as well. But by the time the street starts coming to an end he's making mistakes after twenty seven twenty eight twenty nine he says he was getting really desperate, and he kind of knew the end was near any needed help. So of course they didn't want to get caught. But when he got caught he was like, I think this is what needed to happen. So maybe subconsciously I wasn't trying as hard. They talk about really hitting a bottom, and that might have ultimately been. So he goes to jail, and he's got a detox in jail. Not pretty no King County jail. She said he's in a room with twenty people one toilet. And you know he's just vomiting for days on end. All they would give him was so there's no program. I don't know how it is now at that time, there was no program in the jails, literally all they're giving him his Advil. So he's just like the worst misery of his life. Trying to detox comes out the other side. Okay. But he said that was some of the worst times I mean jail is always a bad place. But when you're detox in I don't think it's a particular kind of misery, because he says, take a one point. They send him to solitary confinement, just to get him out of the general population upsetting the other inmates. Right. Yeah. So he's in solitaire. And then he wants he got his mind straight. He was determined to do as little time as possible, because he wanted to get back to his family. So he spent two years fighting the charges negotiating is he still in jail. Here's getting out maybe as soon as the summer definitely by December twenty third. Just I feel like the story has so many different moving parts and it really, you know, eat talk about his opiate addiction. You know, robbing banks, I mean, now he's on a mission to kind of go after the drug companies. He's so obviously, the main thing he was doing it gets out to get back on a Steve cigarette. Imagine rebates fifty now. So he's got to rebuild his life. I don't think he's going to probably get a job billing. But maybe it'd be good PR for them. So he's gonna get his life back. Find a way to make money get a house. But also he's like angry. He feels like I should I should be punished. What I did. I rob banks, obviously I've done my time now. But, like I didn't become an addict because I wanted to I was going out partying like went to my doctor Nasser pills for the pain, and the pain, eventually that is what got me addicted. And so he thinks he wants to join the fight. Whether that's a class action lawsuit, or advocacy, or I think a lot of different ways could play out. But certainly, he's angry at Purdue pharma in the obedience write a book, maybe write a book. I mean, there's also this element that while you say it wasn't large amounts of money. It was pretty easy to rob these banks. There were branch. That he robbed multiple times many that he robbed two times a few that he route three times. Right. Well, because his mom had worked as a teller one point. And she told him, we're, we're trained to give money over right? It's not worth our lives to resist the robber who might have a weapon so the policy and banks is to give you the money. Now there's not a lot of money in the drawer. So that's a relatively low risk prospect for banks. So he just knew if I'm fast and I go in there, they're going to give me the money this is pretty easy. And, you know, he thinks if he had his mind straight, that he could have gotten away with a basically forever and talk about his masks, because that's something that's sort of carries through. And the engineer witty idea say, of figuring out how to do it in a way, that was another thing that he worked on that sort of befuddled the police and the police were like Bravo. Yeah. Well, they thought he was multiple because he can change the disguise if you times they thought he was multiple Bank robbers, so they weren't sure if they were chasing one guy, or two or three. Yeah. So basically explained it, it's not just the mask. You can't look conspicuous going into the banks. If you're holding like a Richard Nixon mask, you're going to be like, why are you holding mass walk into a bag? So he designed things or like a t shirt with the back cut off. So it was just on the front, and he would pull it up over his head with holes or headband, which was a t shirt sleeve with holes that he would pull down over his face. So the idea of being of course, it looks kind of ridiculous, but I can wear into the Bank and not look funny. And when I'm done I can pull it right back down, and no one will notice I just walk right out, because you also can't run out looking like you're gonna walk in looking calm gone off out not like I'm teaching people at a Bank, also lucky it was Seattle. It was raining a lot. So he could use it umbrella to kind of keep cameras exactly worked out wouldn't work as well in Phoenix. Thought it through, and I agree with you that he was able to do such frequency was pretty remarkable. All right. That's reporter, Josh dean, and no ordinary story by a long shot involving this -ccomplish Boeing engineer became an addict, and then became a Bank robber. Jason, we talk about it. This really is a story of addiction. It is indeed. So compelling in so many ways. And throughout this whole issue, we've talked about high s- some lighthearted, others, not so much this a reminder, there's really a human element to all of it. And that wraps up the weekend edition of Bloomberg BusinessWeek from Bloomberg radio. Thanks so much for joining us..

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"import health" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

11:11 min | 1 year ago

"import health" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"If you have bombed the fear of missing, Dan, do not fear, Dan shall return in the new year. My name is Dave Michaels in for Dan. I am a lot like you. If you're not familiar. I am married. Couple of great kids currently live in the city of Milwaukee. In fact, I've spent all but two years of my entire life here in southeastern Wisconsin. I'm also a conservative, and I also wanna talk about seventy four different items in the two hours that we have this morning. No joke. There's just a lot of of points to be made in. So I want to get right to it. But I I wanna plug programming next week. On New Year's Eve will be running the program entitled twenty eighteen. That's the way it was we assembled to steal a line from Fox News and all star panel people reflecting sharing thoughts and commentary on the year that was two thousand eighteen and that'll run throughout the day here on news talk eleven thirty W. I S N as I mentioned with Matt Kittle about ten minutes ago. There's going to be a portion of the program where we're going to be asked to make predictions on. What's to come in two thousand nineteen? And I'm not one of these people that will those will be it'll be four seasons. Winter spring now come on. No, make a prediction that is likely to happen. But still will surprise people. And I've got three that I won't have time to share on the programming on Monday New Year's Eve. So I wanna start today's program with what I will believe will be one of the biggest stories of twenty nineteen. It's a political story. It's one that probably is on your radar. But you really haven't taken a minute to step back and think about it. Why it's going to be as important as it is. But let's first of all talk for just a moment about what happened in two thousand eighteen and then I'll related to what's to come in two thousand nineteen and I'll start with Brett Cavanaugh. While his confirmation hearings were brutal. He is on the bench. Before him. Neal Gorsuch in two thousand seventeen was nominated by President Trump. He also was confirmed and is an associate Justice. Of course, Gorsuch was nominated to succeed, Antonin Scalia. Took the oath back in I wanna say April twenty seventeen so that would have been literally four months into the Trump presidency. And at that time the Gorsuch confirmations hearings. The Democrats they they they kick the kick the tires. They threw a fit, but it was relatively mild giving how how polarized the political environment was just just three or four months into the Trump presidency. Gorsuch was confirmed. I believe is by about ten vote margin. And the reason why he was confirmed rather easily was again, he was replacing Antonin Scalia a conservative. At the time. The Democrats were upset about the the maneuvering that Mitch McConnell did to prevent Barack Obama's nominee to succeed Scalia. But for democratic standards, they were there relatively civil during the Gorsuch confirmation process because. Gorgeous wasn't altering the makeup of the court. It was a solid conservative replacing a solid conservative. Then last summer last summer this past summer just a few months ago, August we learned of the retirement of Anthony Kennedy. And that's when things started to get a little hairy. Kennedy announces his retirement in for his replacement Trump's elected outstanding legal mind, and judge, of course, that being Brad Kavanagh don't need to remind you about the hysterics of the left during that process because to be honest with you you're gonna hear quite a bit about them here in the next segment on the Daniel Donald show that should be happening. Just after about nine thirty or so. Obviously the reason for the uproar over the cavenaugh nomination was he would be tilting the supreme court to the right? Anthony Kennedy was the lone moderate on the bench Cavanaugh, a conservative. Now, we're talking five four. Confirmations on the hearings come before the supreme court. In critical cases, the votes will be five four outside of the Planned Parenthood ruling from from a few weeks ago. Obviously, let's say Kennedy didn't retire and it was Clarence Thomas. In President Trump nominated breath cabin would replace Clarence Thomas. The reaction to his nomination wouldn't have been anywhere near as over the top in his hateful as it was for breakfast. The Democrats would they would put up a fight for their base, but they deep down. No, it was a trade off. They could live with Brad Kavanagh replacing Clarence Thomas, but no he replaced Kennedy. So that's where we are. As of today, December twenty eighth. I gave you the background as a lead into what's to come in two thousand nineteen. I think you know, where we're going with this year. The trajectory of any opposition to President Trump's appointments to the supreme court from Gorsuch to cavenaugh tells us what will happen. When Ruth Bader Ginsburg goes. I believe that will be in two thousand nineteen. It'll happen sooner rather than later. Why will look she's eighty five years old? Also, the woman is import health. I mean just last week. She underwent surgery for what was it. I believe a pair of cancerous growths removed from her lungs. So while the left will will donate plasma and blood and limbs, and do whatever they need to do to keep her alive. History says otherwise. Her replacement when the day comes and again, I'm on record saying that will be in two thousand nineteen. Her replacement by any Republican president let alone Donald Trump. We'll set the Democrats and the media and the left on fire it'll make the Brett cavenaugh hearings. Look like a boy scout camp fire. The swamp creatures that crawled out of the muck to oppose the Cavanaugh hearings. They're gonna seem like teddy bears compared to what will happen in the national media. It no matter who the nominee is. It could be. Name the five greatest supreme court justices of all time. And if they were a robot, you you combined them all to be the ultimate supreme court. Justice does not matter to the left. You're replacing Rb g that can't happen. But it will. The hysteria. Of the left and the Democrats will be off the charts. So just be aware. What we we? We went through never mind breath cabin on his family. But we went through watching that unfold on television. In online and in print is nothing like what will happen at some point in two thousand nineteen. We should know what to expect times ten in the coming months. My question is in. This is the ultimate question will the Republicans in the Senate have the backbone to appoint a conservative because, you know, President Trump will nominate a conservative. Will that person? Get the votes to be confirmed on the US supreme court. Yes. The Republicans picked up Senate seats in the two thousand eighteen major. We'll have a fifty four. I mean, I don't know Bernie Sanders still considers himself an independent, but let's be honest. He votes democrat. So you'll have fifty four votes. In the Senate for confirmation. John McCain isn't one of them. There's a couple of squishy that are up for reelection in two thousand twenty that we need to watch out for one of them is Susan Collins from Maine, she's up for reelection in twenty twenty and you may be thinking debut just said, this is gonna happen in two thousand nineteen I know, but anytime. You're up for reelection. When it's your turn to face, the voters anything that happens in that two year term is in the back of these senators minds. So Susan Collins will be one to watch for the other one guy out of Colorado. He's a Republican Cory Gardner. Colorado is a state that was solidly red for many many years. It is now shifting to the left. In fact, I believe President Trump lost the state of Colorado by five points in two thousand sixteen. So Cory Gardner is one also watch out for now, again, Republicans can lose four votes. The tiebreaker obviously would be Mike Pence vice president. But this is going to be the big domestic political fight in twenty nineteen when Ruth Bader Ginsburg, either passes away, or for health reasons has to leave, and I believe that that is very likely to happen here in the coming year. So that's what's going to happen in two thousand nineteen what I would like to do now. Well, after the break to be specific is take a look back at the eighteen most mortifying media moments of twenty eighteen. It's a long list. It took some time to narrow it down. But we did this that and we'll share with you coming up nine twenty one. I'm Dave Michaels in for danell, Donald. You're listening to news talk eleven thirty w I s.

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"import health" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"import health" Discussed on No Laying Up

"I made like twenty minutes. So in ninety six they used to have this tournament the old Dunhill Cup back in the eighties and nineties it was phenomenal event that they have in the fall at Saint Andrews where you'd get three players from from from certain countries, and you go over there, and you play against other other teams if you will in you know, whoever won two matches or what have you with offense? And it was just great kind of knockout competition and early and fills ninety six he made the team we went over Saint Andrews was Stricker and Mark O'Mara and play these matches. And it was just you know, it's one thing to be seen Andrews and another thing that being that time of year. It was kind of cold and fun. And and the US team was playing well, this is at a time when strict it was a bit of an unknown quantity and guys from other countries that know who he was and he was just crushing people over there. And it was so much fun. It was this great week. And and use guy Yaro sand was playing for Sweden, and they were playing they were playing South Africa in I believe the quarter. Finals and Phil. And I were watching it from his hotel room. We'd already want our match early that day in the US advanced than we were gonna play the winner of whoever won these matches and your most sandlin was playing in a in a playoff. I think he had tied Nick Price, and they were playing playing it off on the first hole at Saint Andrews there to see who would win the match and your Mohmaed pot and put his put the the putter head up against his shoulder and kind of like shooting motion, and after he made this putt to beat Nick Price and shot at Nick Price. So to speak. And we were just sitting there just dumbfounded as to what we watch. And a lot of a lot of locals a lot of people in Scotland were very offended by this because it was either weeks or months removed from a school shooting in Scotland with just absolutely horrific and tragic in a number of people kids lost their lives. And it was it was a pretty tone. Deaf thing to do to say, the very least not to mention the fact that he was doing it to Nick Price who I think at the time was maybe the number one ranked player in the world. And if I'm not mistaken, also his caddy squeaky who who who passed away way too young was maybe an import health at the time. So there was a lot going on with Nick. And and it was just stunning to see this happening. And and Phil sets me at the time. My gosh, if that guy ever did something like that to me. I I don't know what I'd do. So, you know, as sure enough, you know, that you know, this. Team advanced. And and of course, we get them US gets them the next day in the parents come out, and it Sandelin versus Mickelson. I'm like, oh boy. Here we go. And we went out there and play the match and to your most credit. He was playing pretty well are the two guys Merrin strict we're gonna win their matches. So the US was going to advance. But on the twelfth of thirteen told her there in insane Andrews the next day, he made a five or six footer for polar to go into increases lead overfill and did the same thing. He put his putter up to his shoulder and shot at Phil in this kind of shooting motion. And it was just like, you know, Phil wasn't having it and Phil let him know on the next day that he absolutely wasn't having it..

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"import health" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"import health" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"But they Milton coming in second like she should have no end up covering worked her whole life to for this agit and these girls decided a week ago. They wanted to be part of it. And you know, what good? They worked hard for a week. Right. And I was so happy with the final result rents should have gotten third place. Not the third place the thirsty girl. Oh, did she. Yeah. But the friend was really good. Yeah. You know, the friend might win at one point and the friend was like needing Justice. She put up with so much, bad attitude. More than the mom like she never ever judged building and building to the criven joined this new band of misfits. But what about your other misfit when she like went through? She's not like bigger that much different. Like, she doesn't get to the incident revolution. Great. And like just because she liked she was starting to like like, the dancing and hanging out with nice cool girls with similar interests like will and couldn't handle it. And they were nice bright. So that's the thing. It's like there was no bully, right? And it's such a good movie, actually like, and it was so well done I feel really capture the small town only got on the boy with a lollipop, and we're gonna love him. He was really cute, but against us medium to shouldn't use our at that point like Nelson. She wouldn't she wouldn't question. It should be like, yes. Yes. I good for you like, no. She was being mean to everyone and I'm glad she like. Came to her senses. And right right at all of her wrongs. And when she performed at the end like I was just like living, the drag queens like really made the show. Oh, yeah. Literally and figuratively. Like, I've just loved I loved how Millicent mom didn't become like didn't really drag her out like she came around. You know, it was also she didn't have to come around from anything. She was so proud of her daughter. I know like such and like her daughter didn't have to change it all she just needed to like try. Yeah. And horrid fuller saying in the book, Jennifer, Aniston's character. Like is the worst. Okay. Okay. But in the movie, it didn't make sense. Like, I'm not going to base it off of what someone writes in the comments that they claim have it in the book. I didn't know that. But they would I just thought her response to her mom was really overdramatic. Yeah. Unwarranted. Agreed. And as an engineer chest. I just I love the enterprise appreciation. Of course, you do aunt Lucy was just the warrior, and she was a great guy. I knew she was going to drop dead. Just like by the way, they were narrating it, and but they never told us what she died from. No. Yeah. That's what someone was fucking annoying. I was reading tweets or the comments on the morning does post of aunt Lucy. What did she die from her life, her health choices? That's what the mom said. No, the mom was just like maybe she'd still be here like she was probably just like import health and died like a normal way. But and I guess Jennifer Aniston's gripe was like, maybe if she had not been overweight like would wouldn't have contributed to her health issues, which is a legitimate claim. I guess I guess, but anyways, the antenna. Of it. All right. And then it really highlights the importance of ants in the child's life. Right. What you've been just basically do. But as an aunt I just want to say like half of moms like as an aunt like, it's really easy to be an aunt because you get all of the perks and much less of their responsibilities. But like the mom to put food on the table. Like, you know, it must be nice for anti jive around town on this memorial. But the did have a job. I don't know what it was. But they had dual income. And that's why she was like I have to start doing Taylor. Right. We're rations. But I'm just saying. Yeah. Must be like, I'm sure the mom wants drive around listen to Dolly too. Of course, who doesn't want any other way. Like, I obviously love Dolly..

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"import health" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"import health" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Ron here are the stories. We're working on today. The providence school bus drivers strike against bus company. First student continues today, there's some hope though as the two groups plan to resume contract negotiations today to try to iron out their retirement benefit disputes. Coventry police are hoping somebody comes forward to let them know who might have neglected to dogs so badly that one already had to be euthanized. The first dog was found Sunday night by amber, Lee, Perry. Gag new who tells eyewitness news tried to help the dog she named trooper trooper was initiated an in very poor health. Gag me says she just doesn't understand who could do something like this. What kind of a person can do that like even even take off like abandoning it? You start with this dog? And the cop says the worst case you've ever seen trooper was too sick and had to be put down yesterday morning. Another dog was found also emaciated an import health, the Rhode Island, SPCA and handsome dans rescue are each offering rewards for information that leads to an arrest and conviction of any suspects. The annual flu vaccination campaign is underway in the state last year was one of the most severe flu seasons in the state in almost a decade nearly fourteen hundred people were hospitalized, and there were sixty deaths in the ocean state. Flu shots are recommended for everybody over the age of six months, and especially for the elderly younger children pregnant, women and people with chronic medical conditions. Brett Cavanaugh is America's newest supreme court Justice. He says he vows to work together with the rest of the supreme court justices. The supreme court has a team of nine and I will always be a team player on the team of nine after being sworn in yesterday Cavanaugh said the confirmation. Process was contentious and emotional, but he says that's in the past transportation officials and New York state police say the driver involved in the deadly. Upstate crash was not properly. Licensed NTSB chairman Robert somewhat says the vehicle drove through a stop sign and was involved in a high energy crash. But exactly why needs to be determined officials. Still don't know if speeding was a factor. They also don't know if the occupants were wearing seatbelts the incident which killed twenty people marks the deadliest transportation accident in the nation since two thousand nine governor. Rick Scott is telling residents to take the threat of hurricane Michael seriously. The hurricanes picking up steam in the Gulf of Mexico and is expected to make landfall along the Florida panhandle sometime tomorrow, NewsRadio nine twenty one zero four seven FM sports. The Red Sox are one win away from the American League championship series. After a sixteen to one thrashing of the Yankees in the Bronx the socks unloaded on. Yankee ace Luis Severino for six runs. In just over three innings to put the game away. Early Brock hold hit for the cycle. And drove in five runs becoming the first player in major league history to hit for the cycle in a playoff game. The patriots have won two straight games are facing a huge test. This Sunday when the five chiefs come to town. Bruins are winners in their home opener. They defeated Ottawa six to three in an afternoon game at TD garden. Patrice Bergeron registered a hat trick for Boston his fourth career three goal game. It was the first time..

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"import health" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"import health" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Service Center. Atwood Avenue in Cranston. Just south of Plainfield street. Ron here. The stories we're working on today bus company. First student and the school bus drivers union are planning to meet today to resume contract negotiations. The drivers have been on strike demanding a pension plan. I student is instead offering a boost to the drivers 4._0._1._K plan tomorrow. The providence school committee will review its transportation contract with first student. Coventry police are hoping someone comes forward to let them know who might have neglected to dogs so badly that one already had to be euthanized. The I was found Sunday night by amber Lee, Perry gag knee. Who tells eyewitness news she tried to help the dog? She named trooper all time. I'm just trying to like pet the dog and the poor thing had like tumors all over him trooper sadly was too sick and had to be put down then on Monday morning. Another dog was found also emaciated that import health the Rhode Island, SPCA and handsome dans rescue are each offering rewards for information leading to the arrest and conviction of any. He suspects. Police and Coventry animal control are continuing to investigate starting today. Farmers in Rhode Island can apply for a state license to grow hemp, the non psychoactive cousin of marijuana has long been one of the most versatile agricultural products in the world. But it's now being increasingly farmed for CBD, which is used to treat physical ailments hem contains very low concentrations of THC, that's the mind altering component of marijuana. Brett cavenaugh is America's newest supreme court Justice after being sworn in yesterday Cavanaugh said the confirmation process was contentious and emotional, but that's in the past. I take this office with gratitude and no bitterness on the supreme court, I will seek to be a force for stability and unity. My goal is to be a great Justice for all Americans. President Trump apologized to Cavanaugh during yesterday's ceremony saying he and his family went through terrible pain and suffering during the confirmation process Cavanaugh had faced accusations of sexual assault during the process at yesterday's White House ceremony. The president remarked Cavanaugh was quote proven innocent Florida is bracing for hurricane Michael the category. One storm is expected to hit the panhandle tomorrow as a major hurricane one of the biggest threats will be the storm surge which forecasters say could be up to twelve feet in some areas, North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN is reaching out to pope Francis. He's extending an invitation to the leader of the Roman Catholic church to visit Pyongyang a government spokesman confirmed the official invite would be delivered to the pope by South Korean president moon. Jae-in when he meets with Francis. Next week in Europe, NewsRadio nine twenty and one zero four seven FM sports. The Red Sox are one win away from the American League championship series after. A sixteen to one thrashing of the Yankees in the Bronx the socks unloaded on. Yankee ace Luis Severino for six runs in just over three innings to put the game away early. The Yanks could not muster any offense against Nathan evolved e who allow just one run in seven innings for the win Brock Holt hit for the cycle and drove in five runs. He's the first player in major league history to hit for the cycle in a playoff game. Red Sox are sending Rick Portillo to the mount tonight with a chance to close out the Yankees in the AL division series. Bruins are winners in their home opener. They defeated Ottawa six to three in the afternoon game at TD garden. Patrice bears are unregistered a hat trick for Boston..

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"import health" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"import health" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Ron here. The stories we're working on today. The providence school bus drivers strike against bus company. First student continues today, there's some hope though as the two groups plan to resume contract negotiations today to try to iron out their retirement benefit disputes. Coventry police are hoping somebody comes forward to let them know who might have neglected to dogs so badly that one already had to be euthanized. The first dog was found Sunday night by amber, Lee, Perry. Gag new hotels eyewitness news. She tried to help the dog she named trooper trooper was emaciated and in very poor health gaggy says she just doesn't understand who could do something. Like, this kind of a person can do that. Like, just even even take off like abandoning it. You start with this dog in cops said it was the worst case you've ever seen trooper was too sick and had to be put down yesterday morning. Another dog was found also emaciated an import health, the Rhode Island, PCA and handsome dans rescue are each offering rewards for information that leads to an arrest and conviction of any suspects. The annual flu vaccination campaign is underway in the state last year was one of the most severe flu seasons in the state in almost a decade nearly fourteen hundred people were hospitalized, and there were sixty deaths in the ocean state. Flu shots are recommended for everybody over the age of six months, and especially for the elderly younger children pregnant, women and people with chronic medical conditions. Brett Cavanaugh is America's newest supreme court Justice. He says he vows to work together with the rest of the supreme court justices. The supreme court has a team of nine and I will always be a team player on the team of nine after being sworn in yesterday Cavanaugh said the confirmation. Process was contentious and emotional, but he says that's in the past transportation officials and New York state police say the driver involved in the deadly. Upstate crash was not properly. Licensed NTSB chairman Robert somewhat says the vehicle drove through a stop sign and was involved in a high energy crash. But exactly why needs to be determined officials. Still don't know if speeding was a factor. They also don't know if the occupants were wearing seatbelts the incident which killed twenty people marks the deadliest transportation accident in the nation since two thousand nine governor. Rick Scott is telling residents to take the threat of hurricane Michael seriously. The hurricanes picking up steam in the Gulf of Mexico and is expected to make landfall along the Florida panhandle sometime tomorrow, NewsRadio nine twenty four seven FM sports. The Red Sox are one win away from the American League championship series. After a sixteen to one thrashing of the Yankees in the Bronx the socks unloaded on. Yankee ace Luis Severino for six runs. In just over three innings to put the game away. Early. Brock Holt hit for the cycle and drove in five runs becoming the first player in major league history to hit for the cycle in a playoff game. The patriots have won two straight games and are facing a huge test. This Sunday when the five chiefs come to town. Bruins are winners in their home opener. They defeated Ottawa six to three in an afternoon game at TD garden. Patrice Bergeron registered a hat trick for Boston his fourth career three goal game. It was the first time..

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"import health" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"import health" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Lender. Ron hear the stories. We're working on today bus company. First student and the school bus drivers union are planning to meet today to resume contract negotiations. The drivers have been on strike demanding a pension plan. I student is instead offering a boost to the drivers 4._0._1._K plan tomorrow. The providence school committee will review its transportation contract with first student. Coventry police are hoping someone comes forward to let them know who might have neglected to dogs so badly that one already had to be euthanized. The I was found Sunday night by amber Lee, Perry gag knee. Who tells eyewitness news she tried to help the dog? She named trooper all time. I'm just trying to like pet the dog and the poor thing had like tours all over him trooper sadly was too sick and had to be put down then on Monday morning. Another dog was found also emaciated at import health, the Rhode Island, SPCA and handsome dans rescue are each offering rewards for information leading to the arrest and conviction of. Any suspects? Police and Coventry animal control are continuing to investigate starting today. Farmers in Rhode Island can apply for a state license to grow have the non psychoactive cousin of marijuana has long been one of the most versatile agricultural products in the world. But it's now being increasingly farmed for CBD, which is used to treat physical ailments hem contains very low concentrations of THC, that's the mind altering component of marijuana. Brett Cavanaugh is America's newest supreme court Justice after being sworn in yesterday Cavanaugh said the confirmation process was contentious and emotional, but that's in the past. I take this office with gratitude. And no bitterness on the supreme court. I will seek to be a force for stability and unity. My goal is to be a great Justice for all Americans. President Trump apologized to Cavanaugh during yesterday's ceremony saying he and his family went through terrible pain and suffering during the confirmation process Cavanaugh had faced accusations of sexual assault during the process at yesterday's White House ceremony. The president remarked Cavanaugh was quote proven innocent Florida is bracing for hurricane Michael the category. One storm is expected to hit the panhandle tomorrow as a major hurricane one of the biggest threats will be the storm surge which forecasters say could be up to twelve feet in some areas North Korean leader, Kim Jong Hoon is reaching out to pope Francis. He's extending an invitation to the leader of the Roman Catholic church to visit Pyongyang a government spokesman confirmed the official invite would be delivered to the pope by South Korean president moon. Jae-in when he meets with Francis. Next week in Europe NewsRadio. Nine twenty and one zero four seven FM sports. The Red Sox are one win away from the American League championship series. After a sixteen to one thrashing of the Yankees in the Bronx the socks unloaded on. Yankee ace Luis Severino for six runs just over three innings to put the game away early. The Yanks could not muster any offense against Nathanael volley who allow just one run in seven innings for the win Brock Holt hit for the cycle and drove in five runs. He's the first player in major league history to hit for the cycle in a playoff game. Red Sox are sending Rick porcelain to the mount tonight with a chance to close out the Yankees in the AL division series. Bruins are winners in their home opener. They defeated Ottawa six to three in the afternoon game at TD garden. The bears are unregistered hat trick for Boston..

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"import health" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"import health" Discussed on No Laying Up

"And we were just sitting there just dumfounded as to what we will watch. And a lot of a lot of locals, a lot of people in Scotland were very offended by this because it was either weeks or months removed from a school shooting in Scotland with just absolutely horrific and tragic in a number of people. Kids lost their lives, and it was it was a pretty tone deaf thing to do to say the very least not to mention the fact that he was doing it to Nick Price, who I think at the time was maybe the number one ranked player in the world. And if I'm not mistaken, also his caddy squeaky who who, who passed away way too young was maybe an import health at the time. So there was a lot going on with Nick, and it was just stunning to see this happening. And and Phil said to me at the time, my gosh, if that guy ever did something like that to me, I, I don't know what I'd do. So you know, as sure enough, you know the, you know the. Team advanced and and. Of course, we get them US gets them the next day and the parents come out and it's Sandelin versus Mickelson like, oh boy. Here we go and we went out there and play the match and to your most credit, he was playing pretty well are the two guys Amerian strict. We're going to win their matches. So the US was going to advance, but on the tool of thirteen told her there in saying Andrews the next day he made a five or six footer for polar to go into increases, lead overfill and the same thing. He put his putter up to shoulder and shot at Phil and this kind of shooting motion. And it was just like, you know, Phil wasn't having it and Phil, let him know on the next t- that he absolutely wasn't having it, and it was. It was in my years as a caddy. You know, one of the more tense situations that you get involved in out there and it was like, holy cow, and these guys were were nose to nose at one point. And, and you know, Phil was not, you know, at that point of major winner or a guy that had been around a long time, but he was a very accomplished. Player and and your mo- less so. So it was just it seemed disrespectful. And so when you fast forward sort, it's for taking so long. But you know. To the ninety. Nine Ryder Cup all three years later, you know, your moat didn't get. He didn't play it all the first. The first two days there were two or three guys in that team Coulthard Yar MO and maybe van-de-velde that didn't play the first two days. And you know our team is is is four points down. We're getting our butts kicked. It wasn't. Our guys planned poorly is just the the European team was just amazing. And for me back then in ninety nine pre internet pre, you know, cell phones all this stuff. And when we left the golf course on Saturday night, none of us had any idea what the pairings were on. I remember going home and saying small prayer, driving my car back though, tell anybody but Sandelin and and sure enough. We got to the course next day, you know, and there was, you know, twelve guys. Each team is suppose random draw and fill gets your mo- and singles. I'm thinking myself. Oh my gosh. So we get out there the next day and we hadn't seen the entire week guy the entire week 'cause he hadn't played and he comes striding to the tea and fills there, and it's, it's tense. And I remember NBC was doing the Gulf and they'd sent Mark roughing out there to cover the smash because they knew there was a history between these two guys..

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"import health" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"import health" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Legend i mean let me tell we sold a lot of tickets because him because a lot of the older people knew they never in their lifetime see him again so they were like glam ing onto coming you know so front row tables for a lot of yeah i saw him years ago at random charity gala and it's weird because his voice is like not so great anymore but as president he's like if you still it and seltzer no i almost had andreevo celli in it fell through but you know the one that i love was like my close friend was nellie coal heartbreaking what happened to her says we she carry my handbags you know to them and shoes too so sweet and and then you know courtney live came she loved the door courtney love is one of the most generous nicest people she read my book and she raved over it and tweeted about it you know so i like the people that you know i'd love to talent of course the talent people that are have more substance in the talent you know always remember was i think it was season when christie race yes arose trudge or was marisol someone's trying to get in for free well you know what i found out there was more to that story i was upset with christy because she did this show up and didn't wanna buy ticket and i did talk to her the night before tell our if you're gonna come the tickets or six hundred dollars was the minimum price ticket and she came and she didn't pay but then later she did pay but then she told me later that mirasol told her to come for free for the show which you have to pay the a mirror miracle she's always she's the devious one so i i can't out that house cheese she's honestly i can't i've looked always sneaking into motos like to this day anytime any like bravo saragossa florida there's presenting and she watched she's she watches social media if anybody's any celebrity is in miami sheet happens to go hang out where they are to get that picture i mean she is she's the wanna be girl i mean just too much for i can't do we know how else is he was import health i've reached out her fifty thousand times mirasol circle agam let anyway near and moved her out of her house miroslav living in the house down the moms living apartments where wow yeah so i know yard are you in how about is there an update on adriana because last time things we're now and good what when someone you know our did so much for her for so many years many years before the show many many many years and then she comes on the show only did these things for me for the show will let's see that was like seven years ago that i did all these things for you i don't think i knew seven years ago we would have reality show and she's ungrateful and she's feels entitled and she's liar and she's phoning so i just feel like if someone's that person i mean i what do i need them in my life all ever forgive her for making her guests at her wedding for what like six hours remember that away those three i was getting so mad like she's being all those hours hours our hours what no one knew and i heard from people at work at valve harbor is her boyfriend quote who had been married to her for for year for two years before they pretended they were getting married was trolling belle harbor looking for pretty people to show up at the what for the show the wedding thirty people i mean they're all desperate i just can't with these people moderate real ladies hang well i always liked joanna and the reason i liked joanna was because those girls also jealous of her and she never flaunted her beauty she never bragged about being fabulous or gorgeous she was just herself and she was always trying to rescue the next dog and to supporting her mother and helping her sister and you know she marries a guy that owns a nightclub when she could merit a saudi arabian prince i mean so i always had a soft spot for her and i still do and and she's.

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"import health" Discussed on The Nod

The Nod

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"import health" Discussed on The Nod

"That's the quick version i couldn't repeat backed heatwave hugest set me like clearly could i couldn't do it so you see where i kind of having already about this yeah i mean and why i want to be cremated strangely enough this this tracks so yes so i will always had this lingering anxiety about what happens to your hair after you die i do have a cousin that that just finished mortuary school or oh so i called him the other day to see if he could give me a sense of you know what happens when you're you know preparing a body for burial and like specifically what happens to your hair strange of i'm actually very interested in this house fish resources you were out of you would be invested in my end you would be invested in my an but this is this is something that's worth bringing up to my cousin and getting an idea from him you know what i'm saying just coming to him and being like look i have questions pete lau hello hello hey senior me yes okay good what so first if you could just tell me your name o k monitoring this table kalemie and you are a client service advisor at a funeral home and on your car you are my cousin uh so what drew you to this like why do you want to be the person to walk a family through that period clear the bo i lost my grandmother being would hurt the whole process who are being stricken import health acquiring when she passed a cookbook half on uh nobody could culture here so i wanted to do my grandmothers here and i and i made withdrew making her look beautiful makers there's you address properly and and the old and the host of bang for our services and the fact that i was able to make it through taking care of the person who raised me.

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"import health" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"import health" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Climb you banks here locally to talk about it the concerned it being and especially missed you banks case his wife the passed away is mother along got to be in poor health and so my another the the the caretaker for the mother a lot didn't want full rest the family to see her and so the bill there's crime you banks explains it and and as reserve written back explains it is to try to get some sort of legal mechanism for family members to see an ailing family member a family member who maybe you know on on the verge of death or maybe just import health who somehow another has a caretaker whether the caretaker the family member or not the doesn't want the rest of the family to see this person and the bill provide some sort of mechanism i guess for the the courts to intervene and what i had to and it was played audio ensured with you the store the marine was a vic did for channel seven on march first and then that is a bull on moeller did four care okay four and five sixteen yesterday and play some audio from carry case i'm who was in town she is one of the surviving children of the the legendary dj casey case some and i gone back to a series of articles from twenty fourteen usa today associated press reuters which all talked about the legal battles between casey case i'm so goal children and his wife a thirty four years jean case some over gaudy and show of casey case of and one of the things are concerned me and and people have certainly have different of use on they.

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"import health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"import health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Die had heard he was import health any updates on the well everybody they were looking for the always and por health i was there living in the but i don't think you heard is what what i'm with all of hope opens duties but we aren't watching p is he still doing the may him that he had been doing well i mean you work so the and he works out of very early so it's a very focused and you know it's really no hitter minnesota so people to me every i read up and also meyers but you number you're just there in the it turned so i woke it there it and the india termina so he's the but this people i have you sin a point right now since the election were so many people are angry that so many different things robert are you didn't shit willie and it's remarkable okay so it is in the but if you go like that in order to get or will look people you had to destroyed in there but they and get it media on the but you couldn't believe cellphone starts people understand it was a lot of things going on and that they don't trust will be read you know i spoke fishing in under center what we're going to do that well didn't we don't know if they i don't think that the scary part you know i do my research into okay would've rebuilding yeah but what we're doing well.

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"import health" Discussed on WTVN 610 AM

WTVN 610 AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"import health" Discussed on WTVN 610 AM

"Running i agree a goal so leader we leonard it join yet minute oh my gonna finished so been a big a die had heard he was import health any updates on the well everybody that we're looking for is always and poor health you could almost a living in the bush i don't think you hurt i think you went but i'm with you all of this is that we aren't watching tv is he still doing the may him that he had been doing well i mean you works with the he works out of them very around so and when they're focused here and you know it's really grown has tremendous is so people to physically very ivory up opens around the our and also you move goal for the minors number or surface there in the are so good public it in fisher develop garrett and you know the india termina so he stadium the bush but this people have you seen him point right now since the election were so many people are angry that's so many different things robert so there i mean it's truly it and it's remarkable okay so there's mike it is you didn't but he's so people like that in order to get control over people you have to be strong in their first base in didn't like the media so it's huge good believe cellphone so people.

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